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you have serena williams herself this is business live from bbc struggling at the moment with news with sally bundock and ben thompson. decision day for one physical problems that she has to of india's biggest airlines. jet airways could be grounded for good if its banks get through. what tiger woods has don't give it more cash. been through was on another level live from london, that's our top story but he is the comeback, you would on monday 15th april. have to say it's but he is the comeback, you would have to say its inspiration. he good morning welcome to breakfast with dan walker looked like he could barely walk, and louise minchin. our headlines today: let alone swing and he has changed a master again. his swing. rory mcilroy has said tiger woods completes one of the greatest sporting comebacks of all time. what a day for golf. some of them he takes the title at augusta. after a decade beset by personal trying to beat him and then walking problems and injury, he came from behind in the final round at the masters into the clubhouse yesterday, patting him on the back. i think jet airways has already suspended to win his 15th major title. international flights and had airplanes impounded but with india's aviation market growing massively we'll ask where it all went wrong, they realise how important it is for we'll be live in mumbai. also in the programme the world's first and third biggest ijust i just couldn't be ijust couldn't be more happy and economies get set to talk trade more excited. him and not just i'm kind of at a loss they realise how important it is for him and notjust a golf but sport for words, really. itself. he transcends all of that. wouldn't it be brilliant if he could a clampdown on unfair evictions — the government puts forward do even more with this. wouldn't new rules for private that be a wonderful thing. there is him with his little boy. it's landlords in england. gorgeous to see. that's his mum. you know, the pictures that are really famous of him hugging his dad who is an insidejob. new evidence on last no longer with us. this for him,
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december‘s gatwick drone attack suggests it may have been carried out by an insider. it's like history repeating itself. good morning. savings at a 50—year low. so what can be done to encourage more of us to put money away for a rainy day? i'll be finding out later. fascinating premier league title the hardest high—5 you have ever race continued. liverpool remain seen! back! ouch! we will have more top, they beat chelsea 2—0 tanks for that —— thanks to that from mo of that a little later. salah. plans to stop tenants what's missing from this view? being unfairly evicted by private we're live on the tiny channel island of sark, landlords in england are being unveiled today where they have a very by the government. it wants to stop so—called, no—fault evictions, where people are forced to leave at short notice and without good reason. important position to fill. but landlords are warning the changes could lead to serious problems in the supply of rental housing. this is a cold start to the day. simonjones reports. especially in eastern areas. here, some sunshine. but rain and gusty somewhere to call home. winds. more details in 15 minutes. but at the moment, tenants can be evicted without a reason with as little as eight weeks' notice, when their fixed—term last night we saw one contracts come to an end under of the greatest comebacks in sporting history. so—called section 21 notices. after a significant fall from grace, it's claimed some renters a series of surgeries and 22 years who complain about problems in their properties find themselves on from his 1st win at the masters, victims of revenge evictions. tiger woods is back. one housing charity says last night's victory at augusta earned him a 5th greenjacket
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and 15th major, something many would have believed impossiblejust reforms are long overdue. a few short years ago. andy swiss has the story. the balance of power in private renting has been all on the side of the landlord. cheering and applause. tenants have had almost no rights. they live in fear. we've got people who are thinking, you know, if i complain about disrepair in my property, next thing, slap on the doormat, just a few years ago, they were section 21 notice. writing him off now he has written one of sport's most exciting more than 11 million people chapters. tiger woods hadn't wanted live in privately rented title for more than a decade but accommodation in england. one infourfamilies roared by the augusta crowd, he with children rent. a survey suggested 75% of renters think indefinite tenancies rolled back the years. lifted by his would improve their quality of life. the government is to launch fa ns to rolled back the years. lifted by his fans to new dizzying heights. from a consultation on whether to abolish section 21 evictions, effectively creating open—ended contracts. landlords will have to provide concrete legal reasons for scrapping tenancies. there, it was a march to glory and a tap infor there, it was a march to glory and a tap in for triumphant. what a but if someone needs to be evicted moment... suddenly the personal for falling behind with their rent or antisocial behaviour, the government says court problems, the years of injury, proceedings will be speeded up. seemed a distant memory and as he the residential landlords association, though, says 90% of tenancies are ended embraced his family 22 years after by the tenant rather than the landlord, and most property his first masters when, the emotion owners don't simply hike rents or scrap contracts
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without a good reason. was clear. it's unreal for me to simon jones, bbc news. experience this. my mum was here. she was there in 97 as well and so i just couldn't be more happy and more excited and... you know, i'm kind of a scotland yard murder detective ata excited and... you know, i'm kind of at a loss for words, really. woods believes he's found a way of forecasting where deadly knife deposit journey has been attacks are likely to take place. he's been working with at a loss for words, really. woods depositjourney has been like no other. after dominating golf in his criminologists from the university of cambridge in the hope it could help focus police resources. 20s, his personal and professional here's our home affairs life unravelled. —— wood's journey. correspondent, danny shaw: now he has a green jacket and life unravelled. —— wood's journey. now he has a greenjacket and one life unravelled. —— wood's journey. now he has a green jacket and one of sport golden moments. perhaps a win these fighting —— findings are important for where police should that for so long seemed unthinkable as for tiger woods become a glorious concentrate stop—and—search. it is controversial and has costs but it reality. andy swiss, bbc news, is well worth it if it augusta. the great thing is, you stop—and—search prevents murders.
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don't have to like golf or even admire tiger woods. to appreciate the huge nature of this story. admire tiger woods. to appreciate the huge nature of this storylj would like to remind us all here and the home office says it will neither confirm or deny reports may be people at home, the amount of that shamima begum — the schoolgirl who joined the islamic state group — is claiming legalaid. times we have chatted about this and we said, no. can he ever? will it it's been claimed in the daily mail that ms begum, who's 19, is fighting the desicion ever? the response has always been to remove her british citizenship. she's still being held in a detention camp in northern syria but wants to return to the uk. no. tiger woods said it was over for the home office said anyone applying for legal aid would be subject to strict eligibility tests. the national education union claims funding gaps for special him personally, that was two years educational needs in schools ago. to achieve what he has done, in england are causing "untold misery" for thousands of families. it has warned that nine out of ten councils in england don't it's just, it's almost unbelievable have enough money to meet the needs and the reaction from around the of children and young adults who need support. the government says it's investing globe and from some of, you know, an extra 100 million pounds the biggest names in sport and in special needs places. politics, it's been incredible. one of the world's most endangered species of whale let's have a little look at what the is experiencing a baby boom in america. three north atlantic right whale american president donald trump said calves were spotted off the coast yesterday. obviously, is to trump is of massachusetts, and seven have also been spotted near florida. a big fan. scientists did not see any newborns in 2018.
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it's thought there are only a50 of the species left — they've been endangered since 1970. this is a good one from serena we have a dog blood donator. i williams. didn't know dogs gave blood to each other. i didn't know dogs had different types of blood, actually. you learn something every day. if he is inspiring serena williams, a shake—up of the private rental my goodness. this is that great sector in england could mean moment, that incredible moment, putting on the green jacket last night. he had waited so, so long for the end of so—called revenge evictions — meaning tenants can complain it. the interesting thing about his about their homes without fear of being kicked out without good reason. reaction was that it was so raw, for the 11 million private renters in england this might be wasn't it? he held it together for good news, but not everyone is happy about the proposed changes. joining us now are david smith that final moment. he held it from the residential landlords association and greg beales from the charity, shelter. good morning to you both. i know you together for the golf. his dad tilt
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have different points of view on this. greg, what sort of thing would this. greg, what sort of thing would this make a difference for? is that lie for him and his father passed away some years ago and he causing different problems for was there with his own son and he ran and picked his own boy up. very, people. — make real problems. one in four children are growing up in very emotional. private rental at the moment. the plans to stop tenants current system allows those being unfairly evicted by private landlords in england families, those older people, to be are being unveiled today by the government. evicted for no reason, often at it wants to stop so—called, no—fault evictions, where people are forced to leave at short notice eight weeks notice. if you have a and without good reason. family with children in school, it's but landlords are warning too much insecurity for that family the changes could lead to serious problems in the supply of rental housing. simonjones reports. too much insecurity for that family to deal with. the current system also means that a family, if you somewhere to call home. raise an issue like damp with the but at the moment, tenants can be evicted without a reason with as little as eight weeks' notice, when their fixed—term landlord, the landlord doesn't have contracts come to an end under so—called section 21 notices. to give a reason to evict you so if they don't want to deal with the it's claimed some renters who complain about problems damp issue, they can turn around and in their properties find themselves say actually, we will bring your victims of revenge evictions. tenancy to an end. david, this is one housing charity says protecting tenants. how do you reforms are long overdue. respond? the laws need to be looked
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at what the government has a the balance of power in private consultation currently locked renting has been all on the side running on longer tenancies. over of the landlord. tenants have had almost no rights. they live in fear. we've got people who are thinking, half landlord actually use section you know, if i complain 21 for good reasons. whether it is about disrepair in my property, next thing, slap on the doormat, section 21 notice. reactionary eviction, local authorities don't use the powers. more than 11 million people simple —— simply adding more live in privately rented accommodation in england. one infourfamilies legislation when we don't use the with children rent. a survey suggested 75% of renters think indefinite tenancies would improve their quality of life. current legislation effectively the government is to launch means no sense. there is no sound a consultation on whether to abolish section 21 evictions, effectively creating open—ended contracts. landlords will have to provide concrete legal reasons for scrapping tenancies. substantial evidence that a but if someone needs to be evicted significant number of landlords are doing this. if a small number of for falling behind with their rent or antisocial behaviour, landlords are behaving badly, there the government says court proceedings will be speeded up. are powers to deal with them and again, not being used effectively. to come back to you on that. david the residential landlords association, though, says 90% of tenancies are ended is talking about the fact there are by the tenant rather than the landlord, and most property landlords who might be abusing the owners don't simply hike rents system but actually, the system does work for quite a few people. private or scrap contracts without a good reason. simon jones, bbc news. rent is changing significantly. more
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families, more people in their later yea rs. families, more people in their later years. can you imagine being 75 yea rs old years. can you imagine being 75 years old and being givenjust eight a scotland yard detective claims weeks notice to leave the property? he's discovered a way of forecasting where deadly knife attacks are likely to take place. the thing i would say to landlords detective chief inspector this morning who are looking at this john massey worked news and anxious, there are other with criminologists from the university of cambridge to find a link between countries using very similar systems stabbings one year to this who have much bigger private and fatal attacks the next. rental markets. look at germany, it's hoped it could help private renting is a much bigger market, a similar system to this. this really is not a threat to focus police resources. landlords who are good landlords doing the right thing. it's about creating security for families, for people who want to be able to stay these findings are important for in their home. are you concerned, deciding where police should concentrate patrols and especially david, that this will have a sort of where they should concentrate impact, from the old point of view, the landlords' point of view on a whole, the whole industry, the whole stop—and—search because that's system ? whole, the whole industry, the whole system? i think greg is comparing controversial, it has some costs, but they are well worth it if stop—and—search prevents murders. funding for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities in england has failed to keep up with significant chalk and cheese. everything is demand according to different in germany. landlords are a leading teachers union. the national education union claims facing numerous blows here and again the gaps are causing "untold misery" for thousands of families, and again, they are having their —— but the government says the budget is going up this year. tax reliefs cut back and they are
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frankie mccamley reports. being asked to make changes to energy efficiency. previous offers have been taken away. many landlords teaching children with special educational needs is expensive. will feel this is one step too far. class sizes are small. currently we are already seeing reductions in there is a school in gloucestershire housing supply which impacts the poorest people most and the idea is has 35 places for special needs that we transport —— transfer properties from the private rental pupils. that's years in order to balance the books, that has got to sector to first—time buyers but it's go down to 22. it's heartbreaking. this is a school when inclusion is a tiny numberof sector to first—time buyers but it's a tiny number of properties. what we need to do is build more houses and i would agree that older people are at the hub of its ethos. but, under not well served by the private re ntal not well served by the private rental sector they should be in the current funding system that we social housing. you can't blame private sector landlords for the have for special educational needs, government's consistent failure to a school this size cannot afford to build enough social houses and enough houses for people to buy. educate the number of children with greg, you are comparing different special educational needs as it's things? i am agreeing that we need currently being asked to do. and more social housing but many viewers this school is not alone. analysis by the country ‘s largest teachers will be renting their homes union found funding for privately. they are on contracts that are shorter than their mobile special—needs places in england is phone contract or their gym failing to keep up with demands. it contract. that cannot be away for families, people in the later years,
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to be living. i think these changes, i think they are just catching up with the reality of who today is found the number of children being living in private rental housing. granted special needs care plans as ridden by 33% since 2015. while funding has only increased by 6%. thank you very much were both coming over the same period. that, the in and discussing this. it is the start of the consultation. union says, translates into funding shortfalls for 93% of children across england. an extra hundred you can find us online. we are on social media as well. twitter, million has been invested calling it facebook, and anything else you a priority that costs are still would like to find us on. carol is rising, leading some at breaking out and about this morning. they feel bad because it is chilly. good morning. point. we have had a first gleams it certainly is. there is a touch of frost around in some parts. we have had the clear skies in the cold into what will be the biggest start, that translates into a sunny day for the east, anyway. we have an airport terminal. the terminal in east—west split going on with the weather today. if it is too cold to you today, as we go through this beijing covers over 1 week it will become warmer and airport terminal. the terminal in beijing covers over1 million square metres. construction began only drier, there will be more sunshine. three years ago. it will eventually by drier, there will be more sunshine. by thursday into friday we will have a p pa re ntly three years ago. it will eventually apparently handle hundred million highs in the high teens or the low passengers a year so by six runways 205. back to today, what we have is
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and to arrival and departure falls. that east—west split. brightest in it looks stunning. have you ever the east. in the west we have a cluster of weather fronts coming our way. they are introducing some rain. tried to play the chinese airport not everywhere, granted. as you can game? see if you can bet your see from the isobars it will be luggage to the carousel in china. pretty windy, gusty, 1a—15 mph in the west. this morning, the further you can't? it's always there. i've east you are the bright dears. it is chilly. we have that frost. through done quite a few flights in china and i'm always thinking, let's get the day we will have more cloud from there! stupid to play. keeps you the day we will have more cloud from the north sea. along the north sea happy. coastline. in the west we have rain guess what everybody? tiger woods across parts of northern ireland, wins the masters. isn't that south—west wales, and south—west england. gusty winds here as well. beautiful? we are also going to talk temperatures today, looking at highs of up to 1a degrees. along the north about these guys. it is mo salah sea coastline it is more likely to being congratulated. be 7—9. through the evening and liverpool remain top overnight there will be cloud of the premier league. that's after they beat chelsea two around. the weather front makes a nil at anfield thanks to this superb little bit more progress eastwards. strike from mohamed salah. again there will be the odd heavy burst on it and temperatures tonight between four and eight. tomorrow we
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start off on a cloudy note. we will continue on a cloudy node. much more so than today. the weather front still drifting east, getting into was the west midlands. we should see some of that rain getting into the south—east. it will be light and man city are hot patchy. again, cool along the north on their heels though, they beat crystal palace three—one sea coastline. inland temperatures and are two points off liverpool with a game in hand. the defending champions chelsea have been knocked continue to claim. tomorrow's high out of the women's fa cup. likely to be around 15. for this injury time own goal from magdalena eriksson saw them wednesday we the mist and patches crash out to manchester city. for wales and south—west england to and celtic remain on course for an unprecedented begin with. they will lift. we're treble treble after easing into the scottish cup final looking at largely dry day for most. against nine man aberdeen. you might see the odd shower in the south—east. not all of us will do. once again, cool along the north sea coastline. temperatures continuing to rise. we are looking at around 18 we have had messages from various by the time we get to wednesday. presidents and all sorts of people. thursday and friday we start to see the temperature zouma right up. it one of the things i would talk about is looking dry by many as we had later is what was lovely yesterday into the easter weekend as well. was he won, met his family and that is something of an easter treat. thank you. it is monday
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walked off and it was basically morning. good morning if you just every golfer who had been in those wish dozen. hope you are having a last few groups were waiting for him before he went in to sign his card. good day so far. we want to show you it shows you how important it is for the front pages of the papers. a red golf. a huge shot in the arm for golf. a huge shot in the arm for golf but also sport generally. also, think of the kids who had also may shirted tiger woods. if you did not be heard of tiger woods in a pay attention to the world of sport, negative way who would have watched that, watch that now and then all he has 15th major title. the newspaper reaction to it who would be more excited and interested in golf. thank you. we will be the greatest comeback since mohammed ali is how the telegraph describes talking about it all morning! carol tiger woods' triumph. it's also carrying a story that the chancellor philip hammond has apparently mocked some of the brexit supporting is wearing tiger woods' red. conservatives who failed to win the party's leadership contest in 2016. if you are just stepping out this ‘hear him roar‘ is how the guardian's front page writes up tiger woods' victory. morning, it's a chilly start of the it also features a story we're doing today about a plan to prevent day so wrap up warmly. later for some of us it will be milder than it landlords from evicting tenants at short notice. tiger woods is also was on the weekend but the forecast on the front page of the times. for this week is turning warmer and its main story suggests conservative there will be sunshine, particularly leadership rivals would prefer theresa may to hang around as we head into the end of the week. until the first part of the brexit deal is complete. and the star claims millions of us on friday, some parts of the uk will will call in sick today,
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be in the low 20s and others in the after staying up until 2am to watch the first episode of the final high—teens. there is a set of season of game of thrones. weather fronts in the atlantic and they are producing rain across western areas. here, too, we have gusty winds. a breezy day generally it has been pretty huge on social media this morning. why was looking at the trends. everything that was trending was something to do with game of thrones. everything else was just by looking at those isobars. a character from game game of thrones. everything else was a characterfrom game of thrones. you did not start up and watch game first thing this morning, under of thrones. loads of people did. no clear skies, cold if you are hanging spoilers, in case you are waiting to watch it. as with most, quite a few around outside. in the west, some rain coming across parts of south—west england and also parts of wales and northern ireland. gusty reviews in the papers, as with most winds here as well as western scotland, gusting a0 or 50 mph. theories of game of thrones, a slow through the day, some cloud will build up so where we have the burner and then it gets epic, they sunshine, it will turn hazy and we will see extensive cloud coming in say. some showstoppers later on. it from the north sea with one or two showers across the far north—east of is building up to what many people scotland. if you are stuck under the have followed for quite a few years.
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cloud and the north sea, it will feel cool. top temperature around 1a who will claim the iron throne, if degrees. somewhere in the south—east of england and parts of eastern anyone? how long do we have to wait? scotland. through this evening and overnight, the weather front drifts further east, taking its rain with i think there are six episodes. it in three parts of gloucestershire, dorset, the west there you go. if they have that midlands, for example. a fair bit of cloud around as well. as a result, we are not anticipating problems with frost and it is still quite breezy. temperatures widely between wrong some people are probably six and seven. tomorrow, we start shouting at me. although if you were off with a lot of cloud. there will still is not you are probably sleeping. it caused chaos to thousands be more cloud around and then we are of passengers before christmas, but gatwick airport says whoever looking at today. we still have the weather front coming in from the was responsible for the drone attack west. it will be weakening as it knew about the airport's procedures. the drone operator still hasn't been d rifts steadily west. it will be weakening as it caught but the airport says whoever drifts steadily eastwards, possibly it was seemed to have getting as far east as the far inside knowledge. our transport correspondent tom south—east of england by the time we get to the afternoon. still feeling burridge has this exclusive report. cool down the north sea coastline but temperatures continuing to climb who inflicted misery on tens as you can see. as we head into of thousands of passengers in gatwick and beyond just before christmas is still a mystery, but bbc news has found out wednesday, a dry day, a bright day. new details about the tactics of the drone operator at the airport's only runway there will be mist and fog potentially first thing across the was closed for more than 30 hours. west —— west of wales in south—west england and temperatures again on we've now learnt that a security officer made the first sightings. the up. as we head through the end he spotted two drones of the week, temperatures continue at the edge of the airfield, to rise for us all leading into what close to this bus stop.
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looks like a promising east — make all flights were suspended. easter long weekend. —— easter. that is lovely. thank you very much. three hours later, the drones had disappeared. but when a team went out to inspect the runway, where is the easter one? you have to a standard procedure before reopening, a drone was suddenly back, and that pattern was repeated wait. guess what is on the front throughout the next day. each time these vehicles went out to prepare the runway to reopen, page. you can guess. i'm pretty much a drone would, as if by magic, reappear over the airfield again. all of today's papers. the greatest someone seemed to understand how comeback since rahman ali is how the an airport operates and could even see what was going on. telegraph describes tiger woods' gatwick, in its first interview since the incident, suggests whoever was operating come back —— mohamed ali. the drones had inside knowledge. it's also carrying a story that the chancellor philip hammond has apparently mocked some of the brexit supporting conservatives who failed to win the party's leadership contest in 2016. the drone attack was clearly ‘hear him roar‘ is how a malicious attack. the guardian's front page writes up and by virtue of the way that they operated, they clearly had tiger woods' victory. it also features a story we're doing some idea of how airports work today about a plan to prevent and had some intelligence landlords from evicting as to what we were doing. tenants at short notice. tiger woods is also that has always been a line on the front page of the times. of enquiry for sussex police which has a station at the airport. its main story suggests conservative leadership rivals would prefer a drone expert who used to be theresa may to hang around until the first part of the brexit in the raf and now advises
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the government and airports, deal is complete. believes it's the most likely and the star claims millions of us theory. it was evident that that person will call in sick today, really didn't want to be caught. after staying up until 2:00am to watch the first episode that's really into the disruptive of the final season actor or it's at the higher end, possibly a hostile nation state poking hard at the system to see of game of thrones. what the reaction would be. now, of the balance of those two, millions, really? to give you an i think really the probability is much more towards the individual conducting something that he felt idea how big game of thrones is, was having to go back at an organisation perhaps he had some sort of beef with. there were over half a million tweets over tiger woods' victory, once the military had set up and on .901 million counter—drone equipment on top of the south terminal, tweets over tiger woods' victory, and on .90 1 million tweets tweets over tiger woods' victory, and on .901 million tweets about game of thrones. —— 1.9 million. the number of drone sightings dropped significantly. gatwick has defended closing the airport for so long. safety, it says, must come first. and on .901 million tweets about game of thrones. --1.9 million. you did not stay up and watch that. you can't throw a sickie if you are going to do that. i completely agree since the incident, uk airports including gatwick have been with you. just pretend that nothing investing in new equipment like this happened and carry on. a day off for radar developed in the netherlands. most drones are too small television is poor. when danny for standard radar. this one can pick them up willett is on the masters in 2016, i and differentiate them from birds. said double 19 came in and did it was used to protect world leaders brea kfast said double 19 came in and did at the g20 last summer, breakfast the next morning the and demonstrated to us at this smacked came in and did breakfast.
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dutch military airbase. we will come to yours in a minute. so much about tiger woods. at first if a drone flies onto a runway, there's no simple solution. bringing it down can be risky, hacking it orjamming it hard. gatwick has exposed just how vulnerable to drones a lot to step. are you one of those people of places are. who will have loads of receipts at the end of the week?|j who will have loads of receipts at the end of the week? i am exactly that person. me too. there is an airports are actually one of the most difficult areas to protect. that has to do with the collateral damage that intervention methods article that is interesting in the could lead to. papers this morning, saying we throw away 10 billion receipts a year and only an innocent couple has been thatis away 10 billion receipts a year and that is the equivalent of destroying arrested for what happened at gatwick. sussex police says more than 100 sherwood forest. what is really people, mainly airport staff and police officers, saw the drones. interesting is, you think it is paper, is it not recyclable? but it hasn't released video of them because it says the footage half of the receipts are printed on is such poor quality. tom burridge, bbc news, at gatwick. thermal paper, which does not eating, and that is not recyclable because of the chemicals. it was going to say i'd don't have that and you can see more on that story on panorama: the gatwick drone attack many, have my phone and contactless. tonight at 8:30 on bbc one. doing it electronically as well. quite a few shops you go into a news update on your phone and it stays on fascinating. some insider knowledge. there, so if you need to claim
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anything back... obviously not you're watching breakfast. still to come this morning: more than just man's best friend, everyone is at that level. for small we'll meet one of the hero dogs businesses it might be too costly. helping to save the lives of other it is paper receipts, they are a pets by donating blood. real problem when it comes to the environment. i never keep receipts. never, ever. you are shocked by that, aren't you? i've thought you one has been donating and one has we re that, aren't you? i've thought you were a hoarder. i have learned more been donated to. they will be about golf in the last 2a hours... separated. i have never met a dog he did not even reply. i feel really called gellert. that is one of the names of the dogs. doesn't really work, does it? gellert! suckered into he did not even reply. i feel really sucke red into replying he did not even reply. i feel really suckered into replying to you now. good morning. i'm asad ahmad. a scotland yard detective believes louise texted me about the interview he's found a way of forecasting they always do... you get the green where deadly knife attacks in london are likely to take place. detective chief inspectorjohn massey trawled through records jacket given to you by last year's of knife crimes in london over winner and you are sat next to a 12—month period and found the... after about 20 minutes of there was a link. most killings occurred torture. think it was the most in neighbourhoods where someone had been attacked with a knife, the year before. it's hoped the information awkward television i've seen in some can be used to deploy officers more effectively.
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time. so magnificently american in that you have the main character there but you don't talk to him for about two minutes because you are talking about flowers. they did not a londoner who went to syria even say congratulations to tiger. to fight with ypg kurdish forces against isis claims he's been left it is like running into a brick in the dark after being arrested on suspicion of terror offences. jamie janson joined the ypg wall. all that excitement and then in 2017, but was arrested when he returned to britain. they sit in a very small room... though released without charge, he's thank you for responding to my been under investigation ever since. the government warns that anyone texts. plastic flowers everywhere. travelling to get involved in a foreign conflict tigers everywhere. they will not show you the mirror. i think the dog risks prosecution. got to the mirror. let us not do and after six months i'd still heard nothing. that. we have two dogs in later. and i — i've realised that many of my friends have actually been in this — under investigation two! again! you be careful. let us cloud for two or three years now. if i'm having an anxious day, i'll realise that any point look in the guardian. i like the the police could come and arrest me. look in the guardian. i like the look on his face. this has got to be one of the best shots. it has not got his kids in it. that is one of my favourite photographs from yesterday, tiger woods, wet eyed with that jacket on. return of is scotland yard has told us "it's only right that the necessary time what they are saying. we go back to is taken to investigate
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a suspected crime thoroughly." the mandarin oriental hotel the express, the master. they don't in hyde park reopens today, know if you can see there is, mo after its most extensive restoration in over a century. saleh yesterday, a bit of yoga after the hotel was forced to shut after a fire broke out injune. scoring his goal. he even has his during the closure, many staff members volunteered with local charities. eyes close. it is very hard to close your eyes when you are doing tree. let's take a look at the travel situation now. whatever is going on title race is no service on thejubilee line westbound between stratford not stressed. decaffeinated and green park because of a power supply problem. coffee... lots of people have given on the roads, there's a lane closed on piccadilly heading towards piccadilly circus for building worksjust up coffee... lots of people have given up alcohol, smoking, of course, now after hyde park corner. and in harrow: northolt road some people are swapping normal is closed outside the tube station. coffee for decaffeinated coffee. eye and a reminder that hammersmith bridge remains closed because of emergency repairs. can see why. increasingly strong blends stopping them from sleeping. it's true. if you buy coffee in a proper coffee shot it is really strong. last week, did you watch now the weather with lucy. hello, good morning. a chilly start to the day today, but as we move through this week line of duty last night?|j and into the easter weekend the temperatures are set to pick up. strong. last week, did you watch it's going to turn warmer, line of duty last night? i didn't. particularly into the second half of the week. sally was saying she was watching the temperatures in
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the latest theories without having the high teens, low 205. once before, we had a conversation so a chilly start to the day today, saying that she has to go back and but we are looking at a dry day with some good spells of sunshine. the sunshine perhaps hazy at times watch it from the start —— series. as we move through the afternoon. temperatures at a maximum of 1a celsius, with an east south—easterly then she sent me a text saying what about this?! it is from like four breeze. through this evening and overnight we'll start off with some clear spells. yea rs about this?! it is from like four years ago. because it is the old but then the cloud will tend series they are dressed in, they all to increase as we move into the early hours. look really young. they are driving the really old—fashioned...” temperatures overnight not falling look really young. they are driving quite as far as they did last night. the really old-fashioned... i feel left out. i'm not getting texts from anyone. i am not sure you want one. an overnight low of around 6—8 celsius. the winds will tend to drop as well. so a cloudier day to come tomorrow, get the group chat going! see you. but with lighter winds. the temperatures will be a degree or two up on today. thank you. it caused chaos to thousands on wednesday, the risk of passengers before christmas, of one or two showers. but gatwick airport says whoever but the temperatures creeping was responsible for the drone attack up that bit further. knew about the airport's procedures. a lot of fine, dry weather for the second half of the week, the drone operator still hasn't been caught but the airport says whoever with the temperatures it was seemed to be able to "see in the high teens, low 205. what was happening on the runway". our transport correspondent tom that is it. dame margaret hodge will be burridge has this exclusive report. speaking to vanessa feltz on her on bbc radio london who inflicted misery on tens about anti—semitism and the labour of thousands of passengers party. bye for now. in gatwick and beyond just before
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christmas is still a mystery, hello, this is breakfast with dan walker and louise minchin. but bbc news has found out sally will have more on that amazing new details about the tactics win by tiger woods at the masters of the drone operator at the airport's only runway in a moment. was closed for more than 30 hours. we've now learnt that a security officer made the first sightings. he spotted two drones at the edge of the airfield, close to this bus stop. all flights were suspended. here's a summary of this morning's three hours later, main stories from bbc news. the drones had disappeared. private landlords in england will no but when a team went out to inspect the runway, longer be able to evict tenants at short notice a standard procedure before and without good reason under reopening, a drone was suddenly new government plans. the government wants to stop back, and that pattern was repeated so—called no—fault evictions, effectively creating "open—ended tenancies". at the moment, landlords can give tenants as little as eight weeks' throughout the next day. notice after a fixed—term contract ends. some landlords warn the changes could lead to problems in the supply each time these vehicles went out of rental housing. to prepare the runway to reopen, a drone would, as if by magic, reappear over the airfield again. someone seemed to understand how an airport operates and could even see what was going on. a study suggests that police gatwick, in its first interview since the incident, could forecast which london suggests whoever was operating neighbourhoods are most likely to suffer fatal stabbings, by looking at non—fatal knife attack data from the drones had inside knowledge. the year before. a scotland yard detective and criminologists from the drone attack was clearly the university of cambridge a malicious attack. and by virtue of the way worked on the research. it's hoped it could help that they operated, they clearly had
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some idea of how airports work focus police resources. and had some intelligence as to what we were doing. the home office says it will neither confirm or deny reports that shamima begum — that has always been a line the schoolgirl who joined the islamic state group — of enquiry for sussex police which has a station at the airport. is claiming legalaid. it's been claimed in a drone expert who used to be the daily mail that ms begum, in the raf and now advises the government and airports, who's19, is fighting the desicion believes it's the most likely theory. to remove her british citizenship. she's still being held i was evident that that person in a detention camp in northern syria but wants to return to the uk. really didn't want to be caught. the home office said anyone applying that's really into the disruptive for legal aid would be subject actor or it's at the higher end, to strict eligibility tests. possibly a hostile nation state poking hard at the system to see what the reaction would be. the international committee now, of the balance of those two, of the red cross is appealing for news of three staff members i think really the probability abducted in north—west syria more is much more towards the individual than five years ago. conducting something that he felt was having to go back a new zealand nurse and two at an organisation perhaps he had syrian drivers were trying some sort of beef with. to deliver medical help. the icrc says it knows that the nurse, louisa akavi, once the military had set up was seen alive late last year. counter—drone equipment on top of the south terminal, the number of drone sightings dropped significantly. the national education union claims gatwick has defended closing funding gaps for special educational needs in schools the airport for so long. safety, it says, must come first. in england are causing "untold misery" for thousands of families. it has warned that nine out of ten councils in england don't have enough money to meet the needs since the incident, uk airports of children and young adults
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including gatwick have been investing in new equipment like this who need support. the government says it's investing an extra 100 million pounds radar developed in the netherlands. in special needs places. most drones are too small for standard radar. this one can pick them up and differentiate them from birds. it was used to protect world leaders at the g20 last summer, and demonstrated to us at this we've had a first glimpse inside what will be the world's biggest airport terminal. building work at daxing airport dutch military airbase. in beijing will finish injune before the airport opens in september. if a drone flies onto a runway, the terminal covers over a million there's no simple solution. square metres and construction only bringing it down can be risky, began three years ago. hacking it orjamming it hard. it will eventually handle 100 million passengers a year, gatwick has exposed just how served by six runways, with two vulnerable to drones a lot of places are. airports are actually one arrival and departure floors. of the most difficult areas to protect. that has to do with the collateral damage that intervention methods could lead to. coming up on the programme, we'll have all the weather with carol. only an innocent couple has been arrested for what happened at thank you to everybody, there is a gatwick. sussex police says more than 100 people, mainly airport staff and police officers, saw the drones. it hasn't released video of them because it says the footage is such poor quality. tom burridge, bbc news, at gatwick. story about a famous dog. the story
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is, the famous dog called gellet. he that is fascinating. and you can see more on that story on panorama: the gatwick drone attack tomorrow night at 8:30 on bbc one. that is tonight, not to tomorrow. todayis that is tonight, not to tomorrow. had blood dripping from his jaws and today is monday. today is monday. it definitely is. even though you may thought he had killed his son and in have been up late watching something actualfact, he on the telly last night. thought he had killed his son and in actual fact, he heard thought he had killed his son and in actualfact, he heard the thought he had killed his son and in actual fact, he heard the sun crying time now to get the news, travel, and there was a wolf and gellet could save the baby. that's why the and weather where you are. headlines coming up shortly. dog is called gellet. thank you to good morning. i'm asad ahmad. a scotland yard detective everybody who is shouting at me for believes he's found a way not knowing about the famous dog.|j of forecasting where deadly knife attacks in london are likely to take place. detective chief inspectorjohn massey trawled through records of knife crimes in london was wondering if i had missed a line over a 12—month period — of duty. we have a dog named gellet and found a link with fatal stabbings. most killings occurred coming in later. we're not talking in neighbourhoods where someone had been attacked with a about dogs, we are about tigers. knife the year before.
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incredible, incredible comeback from against isis claims he's tiger woods yesterday. this is not been left in the dark like a comeback within a match or a a londoner who went to syria to fight with ypg kurdish forces tournament, it's over a career. it is over years and years. pain, against isis claims he's been left in the dark after being arrested on suspicion of terror offences. physical pain and struggle and jamie janson joined the ypg emotional turmoil. you might be in 2017, but arrested when he returned to britain. though released without charge, he's been "under investigation" thinking this morning, why are you for even since. talking about golf? it's important the government warns that anyone travelling to get involved in a foreign conflict — because anybody who has been told that there is no way back its an risks prosecution upon their return. impossible dream. he has had his back to fused together. he was told and after six months i'd still heard by everybody there was no way he nothing. and they have realised that many of my friends have actually could ever get back to the top of the sport. it's about climbing a been under investigation cloud for mountain. that is what he has done over the last several years. as if two or three years now. if im having an anxious day, will realise that you didn't know... tiger woods has claimed any point the police can come and his first major title arrest me. in 11 years winning the masters in augusta. woods won by one shot to take his fifth green jacket and complete a remarkable comeback scotland yard has told us from a string of injury and personal problems. "it's only right that the necessary this was the moment... time is taken to investigate it's woods fifteenth major title and it prompted emotional celebrations by the 18th green
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a suspected crime thoroughly." the mandarin oriental hotel in hyde park reopens today, after its most extensive restoration in over a century. the hotel was forced to close with his children and his mother. after a fire broke out injune. during the long closure, many hotel staff volunteered their skills with local charities. let's take a look at the travel situation now. it was fantastic to see him do this no service on thejubilee line westbound between stratford and green park because of a power supply problem. and there are severe delays yesterday. the little fist pump on on the overground south of new cross gate because the left of the screen. ouch! of engineering works. it would be up there as one on the roads, there's a lane closed on piccadilly heading of the hardest i think i've ever had towards piccadilly circus for building worksjust the win, just because of what has after hyde park corner. transpired the last couple of years of trying to come back and play, now the weather with lucy. and i was close last year a couple of times, with a chance in the last two major championships and then i applied what i learned from those two and was able to seal hello, good morning. a chilly start to the day today, but as we move the deal today. it's just unreal for me to experience this. through this week and into the my mum was here. she was there in ‘97 as well easter weekend the temperatures are said to pick up. it will turn and so ijust couldn't be more happy warmer, regularly into the second and more excited and... you know, i'm kind of at half of the week. the temperatures in the high teens, low 20s. a chilly a loss for words, really. start to the day today, but we are looking at a dry day with good spells of sunshine. the sunshine liverpool are back on top
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perhaps hazy at times as we move of the premier league this morning. through the afternoon. temperatures manchester city won 3—1 ata at crystal palace, but a 2—nil win through the afternoon. temperatures for liverpool against chelsea, at a maximum of 1a celsius, with an as they marked the anniversary of the hillsborough disaster, easter south—easterly breeze. saw them stay two points clear through this evening and overnight at the top. we will start off with some clear adam wild was watching. spells. the cloud will tend to increase as we move into the early for all the football to look hours. temperatures overnight not falling quite as far as they did forward to at anfield, last night. and overnight low of around 670 celsius. here winds will football first paused to look back. 30 years since the hillsborough tend to drop as well. a claudia day disaster — this, once again, a time to remember. to come tomorrow —— a claudia. the silence. with such poignancy, such purpose, risk of one or two showers. temperatures creeping up that it liverpool in no doubt how much this really means. mo salah, once of chelsea, missing higher. temperatures in the low teens, high 20s. dame margaret hodge will be speaking to vanessa feltz on her on bbc radio london the best of few first—half chances. about anti—semitism and the labour party. bye for now. but after the break, the breakthrough — sadio mane with the moment the anfield crowd craved. celebrations that had barely subsided when salah did this. commentator: oh, my goodness!! a goal as breathtakingly brilliant hello, this is breakfast as it was important for liverpool's with dan walker and louise hopes of ending their
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minchin. we'll bring you all the latest news wait for the title. and sport in a moment, but also on breakfast this morning: it's the goal that sends them back to the top. in the biggest change to the system in a generation, earlier, manchester city had landlords are no longer allowed arrived at selhurst park, all too aware that this is a ground to evict tenants at short notice on which title fights have faltered without good reason. we'll speak to one housing charity in the past. that says reform is long overdue. more than just man's best—friend, we'll meet one of the hero dogs helping to save the lives of other pets by donating blood. also this morning, but raheem stirling here wasn't letting any nerves show. stirling, outstanding. two for him and despite a late crystal palace fight back, gabrieljesus settled it for city. # holding out for a hero till this race, this rivalry, goes on. the end of the night. adam wild, bbc news. celtic are through to the final she's been performing of the scottish cup. for more than 50 years, bonnie tyler tells us they beat aberdeen 3—0 at hampden park. about her new album featuring james forrest amongst the goals the likes of sir rod stewart for neil lennon's side. and sir cliff richard. aberdeen did have two men sent off, sally will have more on that boss derek mcinnes and his assistant amazing win by tiger woods at the masters in a moment. were also sent to the stands. here's a summary of today's main the holders will face hearts in next month's final. defending champions chelsea stories from bbc news. have been knocked out of the women's fa cup. they lost 1—0 to manchester city in the semi finals. a horrible moment for magdalena eriksson — private landlords in england will no who scored an own goal in the 92nd longer be able to evict tenants at short notice
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and without good reason under minute to gift city the win. new government plans. the government wants to stop so—called no—fault evictions, effectively creating city will play west ham open—ended tenancies. at the moment, landlords can give in the final after they beat tenants as little as eight weeks' reading on penalties. notice after a fixed—term the game finished 1—1 after extra contract ends. time and cho so hyun's spotkick some landlords warn the changes could lead to problems in the supply secured a a—3 victory of rental housing. in the shoot out. israel folau has been sacked by rugby australia over a social media post last week in which he said "hell awaits" gay people. he has a8 hours to accept his sacking, orface a code a scotland yard detective claims he's discovered a way of conduct hearing. of forecasting where deadly knife folau has won 73 caps attacks are likely to take place. and was expected to play at this detective chief inspector john massey worked year's world cup injapan. with criminologists from the university of cambridge to find a link between stabbings one year and fatal attacks the next. it's hoped it could help britain's gymnasts finished the weekend's european championships focus police resources. with four medals in total, with alice kinsella winning gold in the balance beam. a powerful tornado has ripped kinsella will hope to through the small town of franklin keep that winning form in texas, leaving going into the olympics next year. several people injured. she beat off the european all—around it also left many homes damaged and champion to win by one tenth some buildings completely destroyed. a,000 people were of a mark and join ellie downie left without power. and max whitlock as britain's elsewhere in the state two children were killed when a tree fell medallists in poland. on a car saturday afternoon, trapping them inside.
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the international committee 10—year—old sky brown has won gold of the red cross is appealing for news of three staff members at the national skateboarding championships in salford. now bear in mind this abducted in north—west syria more than five years ago. is an adult competition. a new zealand nurse and two she picked up herfirst qualification points syrian drivers were trying for next year's olympics in tokyo, to deliver medical help. the icrc says it knows where she hopes to become that the nurse, louisa akavi, great britain's youngest summer was seen alive late last year. olympian. it was really fun. the national education union claims it was super cool seeing funding gaps for special all the girls ripping, educational needs in schools doing all of these cool tricks. in england are causing "untold misery" for thousands of families. ijust wish i could do better because, well, it has warned that nine out of ten it doesn't really matter if i win councils in england don't have enough money to meet the needs or lose, ijust wish i could have done better. of children and young adults who need support. the government says it's investing an extra 100 million pounds in special needs places. ) she is great, isn't she? i wasn't here when she was here. she came in with her family. she one of the world's most endangered species of whale is experiencing a baby boom in america. three, north atlantic right whale calves were spotted off the coast here when she was here. she came in with herfamily. she is fabulous. of massachusetts, and seven have also been spotted near florida. scientists did not see someone else who started really
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any newborns in 2018. youngin someone else who started really it's thought there are only a50 young in their chosen sport. tiger woods. we're talking his fantastic of the species left — they've been endangered since 1970. comeback. he claimed his fifth masters green jacket last night. i'm joined now by commentator and former professional, andrew murray, who was at augusta for day! of the tournament. just back from augusta. after three years of refurbishments, just back from augustalj marie antoinette's apartments just back from augusta. i was there on thursday. a cool place to take at the palace of versailles are reopening to the public. some clients. fantastic to come back for more than a century, the kings and queens of france lived and watch this. it was captivating in these apartments. but marie antoinette, wife of king louis xvi, was the most famous for everybody. nobody saw it coming. occupant of them all. the palace was her home until the revolution. she left these rooms in a hurry on the morning of october 6 1789 i think you saw it a little bit when and no queen has ever he won tour championship last year and he knew his nerve was there. his slept in them since. composure, absolutely amazing, incredible. give us a sense. with all the details, give us a sense of i haven't been inside. seen the the achievement. it is so much about rehabilitation. notjust the achievement. it is so much about rehabilitation. not just personal but physical. he had very serious house, i'm off now. i have no idea. issues. he had four major back
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operations of vertebrae in his spine. the natural rotation of the golf swing puts a lot of pressure on what an amazing extraordinary comeback. i don't know the words to use. we talk about tiger woods. is backs and knees. he has had a lot of he the greatest of all time? it doesn't matter. in terms of a knee surgeries also. remarkable to comeback, it is one comeback. to watch that over the weekend was come back from that. the scenes incredible to watch. those scenes there are remarkable. it was yesterday, as it became clear what was happening, hugely emotional. the incredible. the first time his kids have ever seen him win a major. and the drama of the day. rory mcilroy achievement, the human achievement, was incredible. he one by one shot was the overwhelming favourite. it was the overwhelming favourite. it was packed with some of the most to ta ke was incredible. he one by one shot to take his fifth green jacket. fantastic golfers on the planet. francesco molinari who already won the open last year was leading on and complete a remarkable comeback the open last year was leading on from a string of injury the final day and while everybody and personal problems. else fell away a little bit, he came this was the moment... it's woods' 15th major title through. : ari was a bit unlucky -- and it prompted emotional celebrations by the 18th green francesco molinari. for him to just
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stay there rocksolid on the 12th which is the most dangerous 156 yard with his children and his mother. hole. nothing short of incredible. know we loving this moment of glory but in the depths of his in those yea rs but in the depths of his in those years when it seems like he was in a i was close last year a couple of times. i applied what i learned from personal world of pain. how low was that point? i don't know any of us will ever be able to tell you how those two and was able to seal the low he was. some of the stuff we deal today. it's just unreal for me experienced in the media looked to experience this. my mum was here. pretty low to me. that said, is he she was there in 97 as well and so i going to come back? never. i don't just couldn't be more happy and more think anybody thought he was going excited and... no, i'm kind of ata to come back. i think padraig loss for words, really. carrington yesterday said anybody who said he was going to come back liverpool are back on top was just being too nice. who said he was going to come back of the premier league this morning. wasjust being too nice. too polite. manchester city won 3—1 i don't think any pundit or anybody at crystal palace, but a 2—0 win else thought he was going to come for liverpool against chelsea, as they marked the anniversary of the hillsborough disaster, saw them stay two points clear at the top. adam wild was watching. back. there was fascination around
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tiger, isn't there? yes there certainly is. coming through the they paused to look back. 30 years personal issues, can't condone them since the hillsborough disaster, this, once again, a time to but it shows you he is human. people remember. with such poignancy, such purpose, liverpool in no doubt. how are trying to get the next much this really means. most seller generation in two golf. golf is in missing the best of few first—half chances that after the break, the good health in some places but that's a huge shot in the arm for breakthrough. sadio mane, the moment sport generally as well. for sport, yeah. the very fact there was a the crowded and field crate. celebrations that had barely decided —— subsided when mo salah did this. weather delay and it suited british a goal as breathtakingly brilliant television. it was on prime time on as it was important for liverpool's hopes of ending their weight for the the bbc. in terms of exposure, i title. it's the goal that sends them don't know what the view figures back to the top. earlier, manchester we re don't know what the view figures were but they would have been city had arrived all too aware that enormous, an enormous number of
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nongolfers and an enormous number of kids hopefully. i've certainly this is a ground on which title fights have defaulted in the past. raheem stirling here was not letting watched more golf in the last three any nerves show. outstanding. two orfour watched more golf in the last three or four days... you will have to get on the golf course. i don't know. for him and despite the lead, crystal palace fight back. this 0h! on the golf course. i don't know. oh! ican on the golf course. i don't know. oh! i can feel a challenge match. race, this rivalry, goes on. mo salah's goal was a contenderfor goal of the season but it wasn't enough the tigerfactor. we oh! i can feel a challenge match. the tiger factor. we are talking about the tiger factor. to disturb shay given's focus on eating his lunch. you're watching salah's goal went in breakfast from bbc news. the headlines: as the former newcastle plans to stop tenants and republic of ireland goalkeeper being unfairly evicted by private was enjoying a mid—match meal — landlords in england are being announced by the government. he hardly even looked up to acknowledge the strike researchers at cambridge say they have found a way of forecasting where deadly knife attacks are likely to take place. as ian wright next to him couldn't hold his excitement. you know how they are obviously watching because they are going to summarise the game at the end. they it has been such a challenge. ok, us we re summarise the game at the end. they were all sitting there and he just carries on. compared to the two of two against you get two. looking
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them. just watch. a quick glance up. forward to it! i love it. a man after my own heart. around 80,000 customers were duped into making bank transfers to fraudsters last year. steph is taking a look. i wouldn't stop eating my lunch for that. meanwhile, celtic are through to the final of the scottish cup. they beat aberdeen 3—0 at hampden park. this is a particular type of fraud james forrest amongst the goals for neil lennon's side. aberdeen did have two men sent off, where people are tricked into boss derek mcinnes and his assistant transferring money to scammers' bank were also sent to the stands. accounts. crucially, as far as the the holders will face hearts in next month's final. bank is concerned, it's a legitimate defending champions chelsea have been knocked out of the women's fa cup. payment. something called an they lost 1—0 to manchester city authorised payment fraud. up until in the semi finals. now, it has been hit and miss as to a horrible moment for magdalena eriksson — whether consumers actually get their who scored an own goal in the 92nd money back. last year, authorised payment scams from personal accounts minute to gift city the win. totalled nearly £228 million get city will play west ham in the final — after they beat this, early £a2 million was actually reading on penalties. returned to customers was not a lot the game finished one of people are losing out from these all after extra time and cho so hyun's spotkick secured types of frauds. a a—3 victory in the shoot out. with me is nina. thank you for
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wasps got their biggest win of the season in the premiership, winning 26—19 at leaders exeter. joining us. can you explain more about the type of frauds we are the chiefs had looked to be talking about. some people at home heading for victory at 12—0 might be saying it is their own up in the first half, but wasps mounted a stunning fault if they give their money to comeback at sandy park to eventually scammers. but they are much more win with a bonus point. sophisticated than we think, aren't wasps are nowjust three points they? absolutely. every day people behind harlequins who occupy that fourth play—off spot. are losing can be life changing sums of money, where they have clicked britain's gymnasts finished the weekend's european championships yes to the payment but they thought with four medals in total, with alice kinsella winning gold they were sending money to their builder or their solicitor or even in the balance beam. kinsella will hope to keep that winning form their own banks where they have been going into the olympics tricked into thinking that my in tokyo last year. she beat off the european all—around champion to win by one tenth account has been had today must move of a mark and join ellie downie toa account has been had today must move to a different account to keep it and max whitlock as britain's safe. but once they have clicked yes medallists in poland. they have no real protections. then they have no real protections. then they face the double blow of having to battle with their banks with little hope of getting their money this bank. tsb today with their refund 10—year— this old sky brown has won gold at the national skateboarding guarantee is having a groundbreaking championships in salford. move where they say, actually, we are going to presume that our customers are innocent and we will watch this! help give them the peace of mind she picked up herfirst qualification points for next year's that they will get their money back olympics in tokyo, where she hopes to become great britain's youngest summer olympian. and help them get their lives back on track. it is something we have covered on watchdog, kind of fight people have for thousands of pounds
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that they have lost. do you think it is the banks' responsibility to try it was really fun. it was super cool to give the money back? at the end seeing all the friends. doing all of of the day the customer has given money to a scammer. these are these call tricks. i just seeing all the friends. doing all of these call tricks. ijust wish i could do better because well, it increasingly sophisticated scams. we know banks are a better place to doesn't really matter if i win or spot and prevent the scams from happening in the first place. it is lose, i just wish doesn't really matter if i win or lose, ijust wish i could have done great to see that tsb has noted better. isn't she gorgeous? i think that. they have said this is really we will see a lot more of her. we ha rd that. they have said this is really hard for people to spot. they don't will also see a lot more about the mean to lose their money. what we're going to do is treat our customers chap —— see a lot more of the chap we're talking this morning. compassion, rather than worrying let's return now to our top story, about our bottom line and do more to the extraordinary comeback of tiger woods, who claimed his support them and prevent this from fifth masters greenjacket happening in the first place. what last night. i'm joined now by commentator you think tsb have come out and done and former professional, andrew murray, who was at augusta this and said that they will assume for day! of the tournament. that the customer is innocent? we ijust came i just came back from ijust came back from augusta on saturday morning. timing! i was know tsb has had a tough year. they had some failures in the beginning of the year, it wise, as a shop in a lwa ys saturday morning. timing! i was always due to come back. i flew back the minds of the bosses to say we need to tackle this in a different on friday. sky brown was on the way. clearly, here only the number of frauds are increasing, the money flight on friday. sky brown was on the flight on the way back. enough of lost is going up. and expecting
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people to protect themselves isn't working. fraudsters are winning, people are losing out, their lives yourjet flight on the way back. enough of your jet set lifestyle! are being derailed. they say we need flight on the way back. enough of yourjet set lifestyle! building up to this, did anyone see it coming?” to ta ke are being derailed. they say we need to take a different approach. it is great to see. and good pr for tsb don't think so. if you are honest and you ask any pro golf fan. the who had a bad year last year. what can people do to try to protect themselves in all of this? losing fa ct and you ask any pro golf fan. the fact he won the to a championship last year, i think it was a sign. themselves in all of this? losing incredible, absolutely incredible. the money can be really devastating for people in that fight to try to it has engaged more people into the get it back. what we think is this sport than we could ever have is about, depending on who you bank imagined. no wonder he didn't text with, about the support you will get you back last night, by the way. it an what banks can do to support you. was captivating. the fact that i people will be questioning why can tsb customers get this refund think it was by pure freak that we guarantee, but what is my bank doing to protect me? people do not want to all watched it at a great time and fall victim to this scam. it is not therefore, even more nongolfers watched it then perhaps, little kids only losing the money, it can be we re watched it then perhaps, little kids were up watching it and perhaps would have been. the match came to emotionally devastating to them. this is about noting that they are the victim of a crime. there is very an end around midnight our time, little they can do when these are such sophisticated scams, to help they brought the whole thing forward
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to the morning in america which was protect themselves. banks need to perfect timing for us. they had see what can do to protect my customers and get them back on their never done that before. they got the feet. thank you for your time this morning. that is it for me. whole thing done by two o'clock thank you both. if you have been up their time. it was great for viewing this morning you will know it is in the uk. terrific. a story of chilly out there. we will have carol rehabilitation in lots of different ina chilly out there. we will have carol in a moment. we're live on the ways. why suddenly now or is it not island of sark this morning. the even suddenly? i don't think it reason we are there is that they are looking for a dairy farmer. somebody with their suddenly. coming back from the own cows to go and live there. there surgeries and he showed last year that he can still win and he has the are no cars on it sark. this is how nerve to win at the to a you get about. country life. you championship the way he did it but to come back to augusta of all places and produce a performance might accuse us and say that has like that, it was mesmerising. —— been planned for telemetry. that is just life on sark this morning. tour. you don't need to like golf to been planned for telemetry. that is just life on sark this morningm is lovely there. carol is out and know who tiger woods is. whoever has about for us. i am on the rufer been to a golf tournament that tiger woods is playing, it's very different to when he is not. it's broadcasting house. if you're standing outside for any length of really ha rd to time it doesn't feel cold. it is different to when he is not. it's really hard to watch tiger woods because if a normal golf, even the fairly blustery as well. this kind
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other big golfers in the world, if they are four lines of people, tiger of weather, if it is too cold for you, hold for a little bit. as we go through this week it is going to turn much milder. much warmerfor some of us by thursday and friday we has 25 lines of people. wherever he will be seeing temperatures widely goes, he has cameras on his face. 19- 22 allan the tiger effect is incredible. —— the tiger effect. will be seeing temperatures widely 19— 22 degrees. today what we have got is a blustery day ahead. will he be favourite? the next one particularly windy in west where we is at pebble beach where he has won have a of weather fronts coming in, 15 shots. don't bet against him also introducing some rain for some parts. the further east you travel, winning another major this year. how although still breezy, we have much of a physical achievement is it brighter conditions after a frosty start for some eastern areas. for him to be back? when you saw the through the course of this morning hug he got from his fitness trainer we carry on with some rain across last night as he came off the green, northern ireland, south—west england, and south—west wales. also it was terrific. it must have been, in the west there is a lot of cloud i don't think anybody could ever through western scotland and in the know how much he has been through in terms of pain and commitment. he west, gusts of wind 1a—15 mph. east of that we are looking at sunny looks in fantastic shape, he is strong, his club had speed probably skies. turning hazy through the day. with extensive low cloud coming in greater than it ever been before. from the north—east later. on the
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north sea coastline temperatures it's amazing. it is just one of the great sporting cutbacks of all time. will be 7—9. they will be that bit this is him cuddling his son. there lower. the top temperature today was a parallel because his dad no likely to be 1a. through the evening and overnight there will be more longer here was there with him in cloud around. we will have a weather 1997. here he is now. it's very front del in the west, drifting slowly little bit further east. as you can see from the temperatures, not facing any problems with frost. un—tiger woods—like to see him tomorrow it will be a cloudier day walking and hollering when he won. than we are looking at today. we still have a weather front moving ——to see him whooping. east, weakening all the time. the rain on it attending much lighter as walking and hollering when he won. --to see him whooping. it brought it into the west midlands and, tea rs --to see him whooping. it brought tears to everybody‘s eyes. eventually coming to south—east --to see him whooping. it brought tears to everybody's eyes. the person who put their hand out for a high—5. they probably regretted it midlands. there could be the odd shower across the far north. cooler because they got a broken wrist! once again along the north sea coastline. move inland and we see temperatures climb again tomorrow. could well be 15. for wednesday, the it's beautiful. if you have any chance of mist and fog patches first questions about the victory and the thing in wales and south—west nature of it, we will have andrew england. for most of us it will be again in one hour if you want to ask dry. there will be sunshine around. anything about that. how you can replicate it. i think it's a great temperatures up to 18 degrees by
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then. along the north sea coastline, human story. there were so many your temperatures will be slightly other contenders. so many great lower. as we go into the easter weekend, it warms up, dries up, and players right up there and it was a weekend, it warms up, dries up, and we will see sunshine as well. terrific, terrific, one of the best masters ever. you were saying nobody thank you very much indeed. this is the moment we have been waiting for on breakfast. predicted this, nobody, nobody, apartfrom... many of us give blood to save lives, but it's notjust our blood that's predicted this, nobody, nobody, apart from... that's not true. i in demand — pets need it too. with advances in veterinary medicine, charities say more thought he would come back and win dog—donors are desperately needed. but i'm certainly not the only joining us are on the sofa is vet person who suggested it. after he harvey locke along with sally and her dog dexi who has been giving blood for three years, and grace with gelert, who needed an emergency transfusion won the tour championship but just two weeks ago. perhaps not before that. if you are planning on going out on i don't even know where to start. i the golf course, believe you layers today. didn't no, first of all, that you needed dog blood donors. yes. up to to start with you do. it is cold if you are standing outside. it will 5000 dogs per year are needing blood turn warmer as we go through the course of the week. thursday into
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friday many of us will have temperatures into the high teens transfusions. it is important we although 20s. in stark contrast to have donors to provide blood. the what we have at the moment. —— low pet blood bank has been going now for 12 years. pet blood bank has been going now 20s. looking at the charts for for12 years. right. and pet blood bank has been going now today's forecast. a cold start, for 12 years. right. and the demand especially the further east you travel. we have some frost to start for 12 years. right. and the demand for blood is increasing year on year so we need more donors to come the day, but there will be a fair forward. tell us more of the story bit of sunshine and it will warm up through the day as well. in the of gelert, why did gelert need the west, you can see we have a cluster blood? about three weeks ago he of weather fronts coming in, bringing in some rain. that rain started having a really bad will be affecting northern ireland nosebleed in the middle of the night office up as well, south—west and it went on for days. so he lost england. western areas generally and it went on for days. so he lost cloudier today with gusty winds a lot of blood and we took him to the vet. luckily we had insurance, gusting to about a0—50 mph. some of so we could take him to rutland that rain will be heavy. move away house, where he got a blood transfusion which saved his life, from where we have the rain and as really. and then they proceeded to you travel further east we are operate on him. you must have been looking at a fair bit of sunshine. as we go through the afternoon more really worried. you said he lost about 12% of his blood. yeah, in cloud will develop. some of the sunshine will be hazy. more extensive cloud will come in from three days. it is quite worrying. if the north sea. the odd shower we had lifted a couple more hours he north—east scotland. cool on that not be with us today. goodness! dexi north sea coastline, 7—9. top has given blood many times now.
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nine. how did you even realise that temperatures up to 1a. through the evening and overnight there will be quite a bit of cloud around. we was necessary and start doing that. still have a weather front moving further east. still with some rain many years ago my flacco 's had a on it as well. we temperatures serious condition and needed blood. there was only synthetic blood between four and eight. we're not available —— flat coats. they were going to have any problems with neither documented blood. then i saw frost coming night. we start tomorrow on a fairly cloudy note and in our local vet, pet blood bank. i it will be cloudier generally. we have a weather front moving from the have had dogs for many years for west to the easter heading towards various have had dogs for many years for various reasons. have had dogs for many years for various reasons. when we adopted the midlands. by the end of the day dexi i thought we will give it a go. that rain could get into the south—east. by then it will be fairly patchy. temperatures on they tested her blood, and dogs have tuesday getting up to 15. you can see the progress, temperatures continuing to claim stop along the something called dog aretha site north sea coastline they will be that bit lower. for wednesday, north sea coastline they will be that bit lower. forwednesday, dry antigens —— aretha site antigens, weather around. bright weather as well for a bit of sunshine. we lose her blood type is negative. her blood is very important, because it any overnight mist that may have can be given to any dog. how formed over wales and south—west complicated is it? under england, for example. and temperatures once again on the up.
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by anaesthetic? the procedure is very temperatures once again on the up. by the time we get to thursday that is when we are looking at straightforward. initially the dog temperatures widely high teens, will have a health check from the vet who is there. the actual giving early 20s. we could have highs of 22 blood process takes a maximum of degrees. pretty one for the time of about ten minutes. the dog lies on a year. 22! we need the suncream out. table. the owner stays with the dog all the time. a bit of local get rid of the red coat by the end anaesthetic cream is applied to the of the week. knost this morning! -- neck. the needle is inserted, most dogs are not even aware that they are giving blood. and then once the not this morning. blood has been donated the dog goes savings rates are at a 50—year low. through and has treats and a drink so what can be done to encourage and a goodie bag. doesn't take a more of us to put money away for a rainy day? steph is taking a look. certain type of dog? i don't think this is interesting. if you look at the proportion of our income after anyone of my dogs would sit there tax that we save it has fallen for ten seconds without moving. yes, significantly. back in the 19905 we they need to be the right would save about 50%. now it is temperament. dexi obviously is. and around a% ——15 %. it is a very low of the right size. they need to be between one and five kilograms. when figure compared to what it was 50 she is giving blood that she lay years ago the reason why we're there calmly? she does. dexi loves
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talking about it is because there area being fussed. she has two veterinary talking about it is because there are a lot of people out there who don't have money aside if something nurses cuddling her. they are unexpected happens like they need checking her pulse rate and things repairs on their car or perhaps like that. and then she has got me their bills suddenly got for whatever reason. why aren't we as well. so she is fine. she just saving? what has changed? whatever reason. why aren't we saving? what has changed7m whatever reason. why aren't we saving? what has changed? it is a goes to sleep. the bandanna, is that number of reasons. look at the a sign of the work that dexi does. graphic now. keep talking. i will asking that question a minute. this she got the amber lead after five one is because... everyone panicked donations. that means that in my ear saying onobun. ——no, no. potentially she has saved the lives of 20 dogs. each donation... tell me about gelert l. how is he doing? he people are saying they had less than £100 5aved. one in six people would is absolutely back to himself now. there wasn't anything wrong with not be able to afford it if their him, it was quite sad, really. bill5, not be able to afford it if their bills, make their mortgage suddenly went up by £30 or more. and could without a blood transfusion there is put pressure on people. so why nothing that could have done. aren't people saving? i have got a without a blood transfusion there is nothing that could have donem without a blood transfusion there is nothing that could have done. is he back to his normal behaviour? yeah, d raft aren't people saving? i have got a draft for you. if you have a look at still as annoying as he was nine years ago. have you thought about this graph shows you the saving rate donating blood with gelert as well?
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idid not donating blood with gelert as well? i did not really know about blood —— graph. you're not getting as much transfusions with doctors —— dogs. i back as you would in the past. there said as soon as he is well well i5a number of back as you would in the past. there is a number of reasons for that. some of it is to do with the enough you can give blood. financial crisis, if you look at when the graph starts in 2007, that said as soon as he is well well enough you can give bloodlj said as soon as he is well well enough you can give blood. i think is too old now. who has taken his attention away? no-one. hejust i5 when the graph starts in 2007, that is when things kicked off with the bank5. is when things kicked off with the banks. the central banks pump money wa nts to attention away? no-one. hejust wants to be gone. they have both into the system to try to loosen things, the5e into the system to try to loosen things, these things up, and get the done brilliantly. thank you very bank5 borrowing again, that meant they had cheap money and they did much. gelert and dexi. what a great not need our 5aving5. obviously the thing to do. canno just say, we bank5 u5e not need our 5aving5. obviously the bank5 use our 5aving5 not need our 5aving5. obviously the bank5 use our savings to invest and make money. so they didn't need it much. gelert and dexi. what a great thing to do. cannojust say, we need more donors to come forward of the so the rates were very low. the negative type. dogs such as greyhounds, dobermans, flat coats. rate5 so the rates were very low. the rates have been historically low for a long time. that is why a lot of english letters. go and see your vet people aren't 5aving. and also a lot of people can't say. there are a lot all contact the pet blood bank of people can't say. there are a lot of people can't say. there are a lot of people literally on the breadline. they have got their directly. they will tell you where income, their budget, they have your nearest donation centre is. we will let you go. thank you all very their incoming5, but their outgoings leave them any money left to save. we have a clip from anna bor5uk and much indeed. it is great. they have been so well behaved. thank you. he tell us more about this. it is looking bleak out there for saver5, has not looked at us once, gelert.
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especially if they hold money with or they are looking to their high we will be back with the headline street bank for a savings account. shortly. time now to get the news, travel, they pay some of the worst rates on the market. the good news is there and weather where you are. are some lesser—known banks and good morning. building societies that are paying i'm asad ahmad. a scotland yard detective believes better rates. there is competition he's found a way of forecasting where deadly knife attacks in london there. if you can, what is are likely to take place. important, is to get back into the detective chief inspectorjohn savings habit. putting money aside massey trawled through records of knife crimes in london over ona a 12—month period and found savings habit. putting money aside on a regular basis should give you there was a link. that piece of mind and then by most killings occurred in neighbourhoods where someone had shopping around for the best rates been attacked with a knife, that will give you some valuable the year before. interest on top. what can be done to it's hoped the information can be used to deploy officers more effectively. encourage people? i don't have a graphic for this. what can be done? the rate has got better, that would make people save money. when rates are low you are a londoner who went to syria better off paying your debts than you are saving. but also there are to fight with ypg kurdish forces against isis claims he's been left in the dark after being arrested on suspicion of terror offences. quite a lot of quirky things coming jamie janson joined the ypg in 2017, but was arrested when he returned to britain. m, quite a lot of quirky things coming in, app that can make it easier to though released without charge, he's been under investigation ever since. ta ke in, app that can make it easier to the government warns that anyone travelling to get involved take money from your salary. in a foreign conflict supermarket checkout, you know when you have been around the supermarket and you get to the checkout and you
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suddenly save money because of various promotions and things, what risks prosecution. they are looking at trailing as having that money goes straight into a savings account, rather than you and after six months i'd getting the saving there and then on still heard nothing. and i — i've realised that your money. in the hope that that many of my friends have actually might mean you will not realise you been in this — under investigation cloud for two or three years now. are saving, if you know what a mean. if i'm having an anxious day, i'll realise that any point the police could come and arrest me. some people may just are saving, if you know what a mean. some people mayjust prefer to get the discount there and then. it is another way of trying to encourage savings, because the government really wa nt savings, because the government really want us to save more money. scotland yard has told us "it's only thank you very much, steph. teamwork right that the necessary time makes the dream work. that is quite is taken to investigate a suspected crime thoroughly." the mandarin oriental hotel in hyde park reopens today, interesting. we will see your little after its most extensive bit later. right. iwas restoration in over a century. the hotel was forced to shut after a fire broke out injune. interesting. we will see your little bit later. right. i was trying to help there. during the closure, many staff members volunteered with local charities. dan, got the question wrong. we know that would never happen. getting a let's take a look at the travel situation now. no service on thejubilee line steph plasma graphics right is very westbound between stratford and green park because of important. we got there in the end. a power supply problem. and the piccadilly line has no service between heathrow 123 fancy a move to one and heathrow terminal 5, of the most beautiful,
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but remote, landscapes in the british isles? is there a golf course there? due to a customer incident. if you're a dairy farmer with your on the roads, there's a lane closed on piccadilly heading own cows and an enterprising spirit, a chance of a lifetime awaits. towards piccadilly circus for building worksjust after hyde park corner. it'll mean a move to sark, one of the channel islands, with a population ofjust a00 people, and not one car. our reporterjohn fernandez is there. now the weather with lucy. very good morning to you. good hello, good morning. a chilly start to the day today, but as we move through this week and into the easter weekend morning. it may not look like the the temperatures are set to pick up. it's going to turn warmer, particularly into the second half brightest and most brilliant place of the week. the temperatures in the high teens, low 205. right now, but in summer there are so a chilly start to the day today, few places in the british isles mob but we are looking at a dry day to risk than here in sark. you have with some good spells of sunshine. the sunshine perhaps hazy at times got no cars, no trucks, no lorries, as we move through the afternoon. temperatures at a maximum of 1a no buses, no streetlights after celsius, with an east south—easterly breeze. through this evening and overnight we'll start off with some clear spells. dark, it is a dark sky island. you but then the cloud will tend to increase as we move can see this does if it is a non— into the early hours. temperatures overnight not falling cloudy night. pretty much brilliantly every night. it is a quite as far as they did last night. greatjob opportunity an overnight low of around 6—8 celsius. the winds will tend to drop as well. brilliantly every night. it is a great job opportunity that brilliantly every night. it is a greatjob opportunity that people are looking at this morning. a dairy so a cloudier day to come tomorrow, but with lighter winds. the temperatures will be farmer a1. all you need is an a degree or two up on today. on wednesday, the risk
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enterprising spirit and a herd of of one or two showers. cows that aren't afraid of a ferry but the temperatures creeping up that bit further. trip over. a lot of fine, dry weather for the second half of the week, with the temperatures in sark, things are done a little differently there are no cars, just tractors, bikes, and horse and cart. in the high teens, low 205. no red postboxes, just a gold one. and no dairy cows. and there's a the next ten minutes, problem. it breaks my heart to have dame margaret hodge will be speaking to vanessa feltz on her on bbc radio london to buy milk from guernsey. not that about anti—semitism and the labour party. bye for now. guernsey milk is bad, but it is a guernsey milk is bad, but it is a guernsey product. i would father be good morning. welcome to breakfast selling sark milk. the island which is home to around a00 people hasn't with dan walker and louise minchin. our headlines today... had a commercial dairy since around a master again. 18 months ago and this facility tiger woods completes one close down. that happened because of the greatest sporting comebacks of all time. the farmer in charge, chris nightingale, who doubles up as one he takes the title at augusta. of the island's politicians, decided after a decade dominated by personal to retire. and that left the island problems and injury, he came from behind in the final with no commercial dairy. that left round at the masters to win his 15th major. ijust couldn't be more happy and more excited. the resident chocolatey with a i am kind of at a loss
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for words really. problem. no wonderjerry meant no on cream and that means no sark a clampdown on unfair evictions — the government puts forward new rules for private landlords in england. chocolates. it is like liquid gold. savings at a 50—year low. at is cream that does not poor. we so what can be done to encourage have such a great island here, there more of us to put money is no pollution, grazing is perfect, away for a rainy day? and the cream is so rich, it was the i'll be finding out later. whole inspiration for our chocolates. you just can't get the gripping premier league title race continues. anything like it anywhere else. so mohammed salah's stunning strike helps keep liverpool top. the island dairy closing down last year has been a big blow to us. so manchester city beat crystal palace earlier. she, alongside a small group, decided to do something about it. the job offer of a lifetime. the idea is to put the buildings in we're live on the tiny this corner, along these two sides, channel island of sark. probably either an l—shaped building good morning from the wreath of or two buildings. rigid has been broadcasting house in london. there is an east— west split in the working behind the scenes to make the idea of a sark community dairy a reality. all they need now is a farmer —— richard. weather. —— the roof. dry with reality. all they need now is a farmer -- richard. they need to have sunshine. more in 15 minutes. experience in dairy and preferably the moment, handling dairy cows, producing milk, processing milk, good morning. news of one of the
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and, ideally, in making cheese. the great sporting comeback of all time. accommodation will be provided in no after a significant fall from grace, a series of surgeries, and 22 less tha n years on from his first accommodation will be provided in no less than the queen '5 own win at the masters, representative on sark‘s digs. you tiger woods is back. last night's victory at augusta earned him a 5th just need to bring your own cows and green jacket and 15th major, lots of ideas, as even the fields something many would have believed impossiblejust a few short years ago. andy swiss has the story. are being given by the community. cheering and applause. the team behind this project hope that the potential of this scheme just a few years ago, will bring the right person to sark. they were writing him off. now he's written one of sport's and they believe that sites like this on your doorstep every day and night it will hopefully be a budding most exciting chapters. farming family's dream job. tiger woods hadn't won a major title for more than a decade but roared on by the augusta crowd, as you had, all of the land will be provided by the community. the head he rolled back the years. while others faltered, of state for the island, this and woods was inspired, lifted by his fans to new dizzying heights. your of this sark will be giving commentator: oh, my good god. some of his land and accommodation i tell you, i can't stand this. to stay. other families are giving from there, it was a march to glory and a tap in for triumph. some of their land for the grazing of this herd. all you need is lots what a moment! of this herd. all you need is lots of ideas, lots of enthusiasm, and suddenly the personal problems, experience in dairy farming. this island has been without a dairy for so long they just
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island has been without a dairy for so long theyjust want the years of injury, island has been without a dairy for so long they just want to island has been without a dairy for so long theyjust want to see sark milk, sark cream, and even sark seemed a distant memory and, as he embraced his family 22 cheese being made on the island. thank you very much. we will see years after his first what we can do. masters win, the emotion coming up we have two dogs. one of was clear. it's unreal for me to experience this. them is a dog blood donor. the other my mum was here. she was there in ‘97 as well has received donated blood. and so ijust couldn't be more happy them is a dog blood donor. the other has received donated bloodlj them is a dog blood donor. the other has received donated blood. i did not realise dogs did that. it is and more excited and... you know, i'm kind of at a loss for words, really. amazing. we will talk to the owners later. we also have bonnie tyler. woods's journey has been like no other. time now to get the news, travel, and weather where you are. that is the way you do it. good morning. after dominating golf in his 205, i'm asad ahmad. his personal and professional a scotland yard detective life unravelled. believes he's found a way a debilitating back injury. of forecasting where deadly knife even a charge for reckless driving. attacks in london are likely to take place. detective chief inspectorjohn now though, he has a fifth massey trawled through records green jacket and one of knife crimes in london of sport's golden moments. over a 12—month period and found there was a link. most killings occurred in neighbourhoods where someone had been attacked with a knife, the year before. congratulations, tiger. it's hoped the information can be used to deploy well, this famous course has seen some extraordinary feats over officers more effectively. the years but perhaps none quite like this. a win, which for so long seemed unthinkable, has for tiger woods become a glorious reality. andy swiss, bbc news, augusta.
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a londoner who went to syria inafew to fight with ypg kurdish forces in a few minutes we will be speaking against isis claims he's to the former professional who has been left in the dark played with tiger woods a number of after being arrested on suspicion of terror offences. times, simon dyson. jamie janson joined the ypg plans to stop tenants in 2017, but was arrested being unfairly evicted by private when he returned to britain. landlords in england though released without charge, are being unveiled today he's been under investigation ever by the government. since. the government warns that anyone it wants to stop so—called, travelling to get involved no—fault evictions, where people in a foreign conflict are forced to leave at short notice and without good reason. but landlords are warning the changes could lead to serious risks prosecution. problems in the supply of rental housing. simonjones reports. and after six months i'd still heard nothing. and i — i've realised that many of my friends have actually been in this — under investigation cloud for two or three years now. if i'm having an anxious day, i'll realise that any point the police could come and arrest me. scotland yard has told us it is claimed some renters who "it's only right that the necessary time is taken to investigate complain about problems in a suspected crime thoroughly." properties find themselves victims of revenge evictions. one housing the mandarin oriental hotel in hyde park reopens today, charity says reforms are long after its most extensive restoration in over a century. the hotel was forced to shut overdue. the balance of power in after a fire broke out injune. private renting has been all on the during the closure, many
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staff members volunteered with local charities. side of the landlord. tenants have no rights. they live in fearfor the people think, if i complain about this repairing my property, next let's take a look at thing to mess slapped on the the travel situation now. no service on thejubilee line westbound between stratford and green park because of doormat, a section 21 notice. more a power supply problem. and there are severe delays on the overground south than 11 million people live in of new cross gate because of engineering works. private rented accommodation. 75% of on the roads, there's a lane renters think indefinite tenancies would improve their quality of life. closed on piccadilly heading towards piccadilly circus the government is to launch a for building worksjust consultation on whether to abolish after hyde park corner. section 21 evictions, creating now the weather with lucy. open—ended contracts. landlords hello, good morning. would have to provide legal reasons. a chilly start to the day today, but as we move through this week in tenancies. if someone is evicted and into the easter weekend the temperatures are set to pick up. for falling in tenancies. if someone is evicted forfalling behind in tenancies. if someone is evicted for falling behind with it's going to turn warmer, in tenancies. if someone is evicted forfalling behind with rent or anti—social behaviour, court particularly into the second half of the week. proceedings will be speeded up. the the temperatures in the high teens, low 205. so a chilly start to the day today, landlords association says 95% of but we are looking at a dry day tenancies are rendered by the tenant with some good spells of sunshine. rather than the landlord and rents the sunshine perhaps hazy at times as we move through the afternoon. are not hyped or scrapped without a temperatures at a maximum of 1a celsius, with an east south—easterly
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breeze. through this evening and overnight we'll start off with some clear spells. but then the cloud will tend contract. a study suggests that police to increase as we move in london could forecast where deadly knife attacks are likely to take place. into the early hours. the research found more than two—thirds of the killings in the year to the end of march 2018 temperatures overnight not falling quite as far as they did last night. occurred in neighbourhoods where someone had been attacked an overnight low of with a knife the year before. around 6—8 celsius. here's our home affairs the winds will tend to drop as well. correspondent, danny shaw: one of london's young victims of knife client. so a cloudier day to come tomorrow, saif abdul—majid was 18 years old. he was attacked near but with lighter winds. this block of flats. the temperatures will be police said it followed a simmering dispute in the area with other teenagers. a degree or two up on today. two 1a—year—old boys were later convicted of murder. on wednesday, the risk saif abdul—majid was stabbed of one or two showers. to death here at tanfield avenue in but the temperatures creeping neasden in october 2017. up that bit further. a lot of fine, dry weather the previous year, for the second half of the week, there had been eight knife attacks in this neighbourhood with the temperatures in the high teens, low 205. in north west london. va nessa vanessa feltz has just started her when researchers looked brea kfast vanessa feltz has just started her breakfast show. in about an hour she through crime records, they will be speaking to margaret hodge about anti—semitism and the labour noticed a similar pattern right across london. party. criminologists examined good morning welcome over 3500 knife attacks in to breakfast with dan walker london in 2016/17. and louise minchin. our headlines today: then they looked at
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where 97 fatal stabbings had taken place the following year. a master again. tiger woods completes one of the greatest sporting comebacks of all time. he takes the title at augusta. they found 67 of them were in the after a decade dominated by personal problems and injury, same neighbourhood where there had he came from behind in the final previously been at least round at the masters to win his 15th major. one knife attack. these findings are important for deciding where police should concentrate patrols, ijust couldn't be more and especially where they should happy and more excited. i'm kind of at a loss concentrate stop and search, because that's controversial, has some costs for words, really. but they are well worth it if stop a clampdown on unfair evictions — the government puts forward and search prevents murders. new rules for private landlords in england. the home secretary has enabled police to carry out an insidejob? more stop and searches by relaxing new evidence on last year's some of the rules but sajid javid drone attack on gatwick. says the government must go further. 80,000 customers were duped into he is calling for a shift in mindset and wants to make better use of data making bank transfers to fraudsters last year. to improve our understanding i'll be looking at what you can do of the pathways into crime. if it happens to you. the gripping premier league title race continues. it's being reported that mohammed sala's stunning strike lawyers for shamima begum — helps keep liverpool top. the schoolgirl who joined manchester city beat the islamic state group — are claiming legal aid to fight the decision to remove her british citizenship. crystal palace earlier.
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ms begum, who's now 19, is being held in a detention camp in northern this is a sunny but cold syria, after is fighters start to the day. especially in eastern areas. were driven from the region. the home office said anyone applying more cloud coming in from the north for legal aid would be subject sea. but rain and gusty winds. to strict eligibility tests. more details in 15 minutes. the national education union claims funding gaps for special educational needs in schools in england are causing "untold misery" for thousands of families. good morning to you. it has warned that nine out of ten councils in england don't have last night we saw one of the greatest comebacks enough money to meet the needs in sporting history. of children and young after a significant fall from grace, adults who need support. a series of surgeries and 22 years on from his 1st win at the masters, the government says it's investing an extra £100 million tiger woods is back. in special needs places. last night's victory at augusta earned him a 5th greenjacket and 15th major, something many one of the world's most would have believed impossiblejust a few short years ago. andy swiss has the story. endangered species of whale is experiencing a baby boom in america. cheering and applause. just a few years ago, they were writing him off. three north atlantic right whale calves were spotted off the coast now he's written one of sport's of massachusetts, and seven have most exciting chapters. also been spotted near florida. scientists did not see tiger woods hadn't won a major title any newborns in 2018. for more than a decade but roared on by the augusta crowd, it's thought there are only a50 he rolled back the years. of the species left. while others faltered, they've been endangered since 1970.
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woods was inspired, lifted by his fans to new dizzying heights. hopefully, a little bit of good commentator: oh, my good god. news. shall we take you back to our i tell you, i can't stand this. from there, it was a march to glory main story? and a tap in for triumph. a little over a year ago, tiger woods was ranked what a moment... number 1,199 in the world. he's had some testing years — plagued by injury, poorform and a turbulent personal life. but, last night, in what's being described as one of the best sporting comebacks in history, he was once again on top, claiming his suddenly the personal problems, first major since 2008. the years of injury, let's take a look at his journey. seemed a distant memory and as he embraced his family 22 years after his first masters in, the emotion was clear. it's unreal for me to experience this. my mum was here. she was there in ‘97 as well commentator: there it is. and so ijust couldn't be more happy a win for the ages. and more excited and... you know, i'm kind of at how's that to finish? a loss for words, really. woods's journey has the greatest achievement been like no other. in the history of modern golf. after dominating golf in his 205, i'm deeply sorry. i had affairs. his personal and professional life unravelled. a debilitating back injury. i cheated. there were times when i even a charge for reckless driving. physically didn't know if i could get out of bed. now though, he has a fifth
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green jacket and one of sport's golden moments. well, this famous course has seen some extraordinary feats over the years but perhaps none quite like this. welcome back. a win which for so long seemed unthinkable cheering. has for tiger woods become a glorious reality. andy swiss, bbc news, augusta. it is quite a story, isn't it? and we'rejoined now by professional golfer simon dyson. lovely to have you on the programme. it really is remarkable. if you you are glued to the tv. if someone watched him just a few years ago is watching this morning and thinking, this is gulf and they have when he was trying to make his comeback and sometimes he would hit had a tiger woods. why is this such a shot and just collapse in the heap on the floor... a shot and just collapse in the heap on the floor. .. because of the pain. a big story? everyone has heard of tiger woods. he was the most famous basically he has had vertebrae in person in the world ten to 12 years his back fused together and have had ago, let alone golfer. what he has to re— teach himself how to swing been through with knee surgery and golf clubs. picking up on what you back surgery, to come back and do are saying, the reason his back was so badly damaged was because of all what he did yesterday is just, i the years and years of golf. this is cannot put it into the same context a kid who started playing golf when and any other sport, to be honest.
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he could walk, essentially, he was at what point did you think this was a possibility? was it yesterday? programmed to play golf, programmed to bea programmed to play golf, programmed to be a global sporting superstar. probably only when he hit his shot that happened to him. all of the into 16. when he went one player on pressures we re that happened to him. all of the pressures were his undoing. we have 15, you are still thinking, if seen the best of him and the worst molinari knocks it closer or dj makes a baddie somewhere, and then of him and in his victory yesterday, he hit that shot into 16 which was a of him and in his victory yesterday, of course everyone wants to share in that, let's show you some of the fantastic golf shot. i know you have reaction we had yesterday. experienced this first hand, digging pa rt experienced this first hand, digging part of it is the tiger factor? the pressure gets to some people because it is tiger as well. he held that yea rs it is tiger as well. he held that years ago and then he lost a little bit. now he has shown some form, winning the players championship at the end of the year. coming down that stretch, you are ahead of tiger woods playing the 12th. molinari did not hit that bad a shot, he got the wind wrong and it can all crumble.
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not hit that bad a shot, he got the wind wrong and it can all crumblelj watched a lot of coverage, more than i have ever watched. and they talked a lot about in the olden days he was very focused, very cool under pressure, and how he turned up like that again. do you think there was a change when he was playing this time? it is more relatable. it is almost like what happened to him brought him down to rest a little bit. he is more relatable, he engages with the crowd more, a little bit like phil mickelson does. you saw yesterday, when he gets in the hunt and he is as steely eyed as he ever was. he clearly wanted it. it is not just he ever was. he clearly wanted it. it is notjust a golfing story. anybody who has ever been told in any walk of life that something is impossible, you cannot come back from something. you have been at the top and you have had your time. it
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isa top and you have had your time. it is a story about redemption and about somebody fighting working hard, to get back to where they feel they belong even though nobody thinks they will get there. absolutely. probably he was the only one to think he would get there. even when he won the players championship, he was told it is only one tournament, you are a long way from the masters. the satisfaction he would have got yesterday would be and describable. can you describe to me what it is like when he is playing? there seems to be the tiger factor, a roarfrom the playing? there seems to be the tiger factor, a roar from the crowds with people wanting to see a glimpse of him. it is the tiger factor. there was a tournament last year, the valspar, it had higher ratings than any of the major is the year before because he was not playing in them. he pulls the crowds. other players feed off it as well, which is really
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great. all the players who are in those groups around him yesterday, they were waiting for him as he walked off the 18th green at augusta yesterday. to celebrate and congratulate him. so many tweets with rory mcilroy saying, what a story for golf! why are so many golfers engaged with his comeback? is it because they watched him first time round? i know that mcilroy started the game because of tiger. the game is better with him and a lot worse without him. when he went away, they said, you will be able to cope without tiger. it did not. now here's back it is amazing. these quys here's back it is amazing. these guys are playing for a lot of money and that is because of tiger woods. you say now he is back. this is going to continue, is it? he has a
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really good chance of winning another major. the us open is coming up another major. the us open is coming up and we now have that he is around the links courses. some golfers who are geeky might be saying he is the greatest ever, jack nicholson has won more titles. it is about to macro incredible golfers. does it matter? they will always be compared. lionel messi and cristiano and audi will always be compared but they are great players. some of the things he does with that little white ball, you cannot even imagine. just a fantastic story. it is one of those mondays. if you go to a driving range today, it will be jam—packed with people. that is the impact. he is mr golf he is good for
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the game. you can go to the driving range later. i am sure carol will be. she is wearing tiger woods read today. it will show you the live shot of sark. —— red today. they are looking for a dairy farmer with their own powers. power can tell you about the weather for us all. i had been called many things in my life but never tiger woods before. if you are hanging around outside, waiting for a bus or around outside, waiting for a bus or a trained make you will notice in central and eastern areas. in the west there is more clad with some of us seeing rain and gusty wind. —— more cloud. it will turn warmer and we will see more sunshine. by
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thursday and friday temperatures could be in the high teens or low 205. we have a cluster of weather fronts coming in from the west, introducing rain and gusty winds. in the east it is pretty breezy, as you can probably tell from my hair. also we have some sunshine. for some there is a chilly start with trust and others are getting blue skies. the sunshine is turning hazy. —— with frost. we have rain across northern ireland, the south west of england and south west wales. under the band of cloud in the west we are looking at temperatures around ten to 12. generally up to 1a but along the north sea coastline 79. this evening and overnight it will be fairly cloudy. the weather front in the west is drifting slowly eastwards. temperatures around a8 so
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we are not expecting problems with frost. tomorrow will be cloudier than today. —— for — eight. the wind will be light and patchy. as it comes in from the east midlands it will go to the south east of england. on wednesday a lot of dry weather around. a lot of sunshine. when we lose the mist and fog patches overnight temperatures by then could well hit around 18. it is thursday, friday and into the weekend, it turns drier, sunnier and warmer. things are on the app if it is too cold for you now. thank you. when chanell wallace was 11 years old, her brother was stabbed to death on the streets of nottingham, and his murderer was given a life sentence. 13 years on, he's facing parole
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and chanell has set herself a difficult challenge — to write a victim impact statement. that process is now the focus of a documentary, which also explores the after effects of knife crime. let's take a look. so this is like, daniel lived at this one. it's weird. 0k. i think this is where, this is where he, like, fell. when he got stabbed, it was in that area. daniel left his flat over there and went to a caribbean food shop. he walked down here. he was stopped before
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he could enjoy his final meal. i've always had this thought that my brother died hungry. it doesn't feel fair at all. so powerful. chanell wallace joins us now alongside director paul wells. thank you so much for coming in. watching that, we talk about knife crime and we talk about it a lot. you think about the crime itself and what happens with the sentencing and what happens with the sentencing and what that might be for that this is all about the after effects and how it has affected you and your family. absolutely. it was a big decision to make to open up this part of my knife and share it with the world. with the knife crime epidemic going on everyone focuses on when the crime happens and there is a big buzz and then 13 years later you get a letter where you have a chance to be involved and tell your story and
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the impact and high has affected you and how do you prepare for i felt i needed to tell my story. you are only 11. you are going back and looking at your brother's life, so much she did not know in many ways. because i was only 11 i was protected from the worst of what happened. i knew at some point i would need to know the west but i did not anticipate what i did find out would affect me so much and that daniel did experience so much pain thatis daniel did experience so much pain that is much more than what people think knife crime is. the film comes across so powerfully. as soon as she had the opportunity to make this, i would imagine you jumped at the chance. we talked about the film and it was a unique way of going into a subject like this. people make films about knife crime and some stranger
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might come in, or a about knife crime and some stranger might come in, ora presenter might come in and talk to someone who has lost someone or talk to someone else, this was a unique vision and a way to look at the subject. chanell was brave to open up a look at the subject. you get this letter out of the blue, and this is what happens, asking you for a victim impact statement. that has to affect the family, and your mum, for starters. for a long time i had been trying to find a route to find my voice. when my mum received this letter i wanted to ta ke my mum received this letter i wanted to take the pain away from her. for a long time that was herjob, she was trying to be my mum but also the mother of —— of a murder victim. i wa nted mother of —— of a murder victim. i wanted to show the process i went through in writing that letter.
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talking about the situation we have on the streets at the moment. when you hear reports of another knife crime, another murder. do you think about your brother or the impact that will have on so many others connected to that crime? every time i see there has been another knife crime victim, it cuts the way the night my mum woke me up and told me. if that person has a sister, brother, they will feel like i did. they will feel lonely, sad and confused and he will be there to support them through that? the world did not understand that, as a kid, you are going to a process of where you are going to a process of where you had to learn to grow up but i had to learn to grow up and agree that the same time. everyone around you is grieving at the same time. laughing did not feel normal, crying felt like it was the right thing to do. i was still in shock. i did not
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understand what murder was or knife crime was. i had to make it part of my life. this is done in an extraordinary way with allotted impact. what do you think it can achieve, a film like this? —— a lot of impact. it is to try and let people know the ripple effects of something like this. it is notjust that one year, that one moment. years aren't there are many impacts that chanell and family, and the community. last year there were more knife crime incidents than any since records began. it is not stopping. there are more and more people like chanell he will have to go through this and will have to find the merger of the killers being released. it is something you can never move on from that how do you
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deal with the issue of forgiveness? notjust deal with the issue of forgiveness? not just personally, but deal with the issue of forgiveness? notjust personally, but from a family point of view. a lot of people say, if they cannot get there, it hurts more than anyone else. to understand what i am saying? that has been a struggle. -- you understand ? saying? that has been a struggle. -- you understand? in the documentary i had to be open—minded to so many people, understanding the story and understanding that eventually the killer of my brother will come out of prison. it is something i can do to set myself free. harbouring all this anger that you took my brother away from me, if i let that go and tell my story in a way to inspire others, i forgiveness for him has opened up a dealfor the legacy others, i forgiveness for him has opened up a deal for the legacy of daniel to shine. your mother has coped with it in her own way. at the beginning you read a letter to him
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she wrote on the night he died. had he seen that letter before? when she read that and it was the first time i had heard it. it felt like daniel was in the room. the way she speaks about daniel was poetic. it felt like it was really real, i was making a documentary about this. daniel's name is going to be on television and millions of people would understand this was notjust our pain but the pain of families across the country. does it affect the way you talk about daniel? yes was that the way we talk about daniel is like he has never gone. when his birthday comes about when christmas comes, we go to the cemetery and talk to him as if he is still alive will stop when i made the documentary, approaching my mum, my sisters and my family members, it felt difficult because i am choosing to share this with the world. it was super hard for them and i appreciate my family for allowing me the support in this process. is a
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powerful film. support in this process. is a powerfulfilm. thank support in this process. is a powerful film. thank you support in this process. is a powerfulfilm. thank you both support in this process. is a powerful film. thank you both for coming in and talking to us about it stop "life after my brother's murder" is available to watch stop now on the bbc iplayer. time now to get the news, travel and weather where you are. good morning. there is a lot of sunshine to be found across the uk this morning. plenty more fair weather to come in the week ahead. best of the sunshine today will a lwa ys best of the sunshine today will always be across central and eastern areas, the further west, the more likely you are to run into cloud and perhaps outbreaks of rain. through this week we will all see a bit more cloud at times but the biggest change will be we finally plumb into some warmer airfrom change will be we finally plumb into some warmer air from further south
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in europe. at the moment we said in relatively chilly air coming across from the east, originating from the artic, started to play at this air mass but the week ahead, you see the orange colours heading our way. we move into airfrom orange colours heading our way. we move into air from the mediterranean and for easter, temperatures possibly in the low 205. today, still disappointingly chilly along north sea coasts, cloudy as well. highs of 7—8d. in the west, more cloud, some rain for northern ireland, pembrokeshire and cornwall later. high temperatures of 11—12. best of the sunshine we could see 13-1a. this best of the sunshine we could see 13—1a. this evening heavy rain coming into the west, this front pushing quite a bit of cloud ahead a bit further east. a different started tuesday, no frost, it will bea started tuesday, no frost, it will be a rate beginning to the date. throughout the course of the day we see some brighter spells, there will a lwa ys see some brighter spells, there will always be more cloud around. the best of the sunshine probably in the east, in the west, a little bit of
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brightness for northern ireland in the afternoon and the south—west of england, quite a lot of cloud pushing into western scotland, eventually towards the midlands. looking ahead to easter weekend, there you have it, temperatures up into the low 205 by the time we get to good friday. a lot of fine weather to be found in the forecast.
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